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UD in the news May 15-22

The Dayton Business Journal sat down with President Eric F. Spina to discuss what he expects after the shift to remote learning. Several Dayton media highlighted the UD student documentary "Dayton's Darkest Summer" about Dayton's recovery from the Memorial Day tornadoes and Oregon District shooting.

Scott Hall in counselor education and human services wrote a piece for The Conversation about PTSD after treatment for COVID-19.

WVXU-FM, Cincinnati's NPR affiliate, talked to Dave Salisbury and Rusty Baldwin in the Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence about the importance of IT departments in the age of coronavirus. WOSU-AM in Columbus, Ohio, also picked up the story.

Danish newspaper Kristeligt Dagblad sought out international terrorism expert Mark Ensalaco for his thoughts on the legacy of a Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine member Ghassan Kanafani.

After shift to remote learning, here's what I expect — and don't expect — to see
Dayton Business Journal (also picked up by partner ABC22/Fox45)
Eric F. Spina, president

UD student documentary reflects on Dayton's recovery from tough year

A perfect storm for medical PTSD: Isolation, intensive care and the coronavirus pandemic
The Conversation
Scott Hall, counselor education and human services

In the age of coronavirus, your IT department becomes especially important, UD says
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati) and WOSU-AM (Columbus, Ohio)
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence
Rusty Baldwin, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence

DanChurchAid criticizes fund support named after terror group spokesman (Danish)
Kristeligt Dagblad (Denmark)
Mark Ensalaco, political science


News and Communications Staff